Hacking ZigBee chips: CC2430

[Travis Goodspeed] took an in-depth look at the debugging protocols for some ZigBee chips and posted his findings. In particular he’s looking at the CC2430 System-on-chip. These chips have a debugging protocol that is not hard to implement if you know what you’re doing. Certainly his tips make it easier for the rest of us. Don’t miss the info about reading from, writing to, and overcoming security of this hardware.

Comments

  1. Peter Kuhar says:

    Hi,

    Anyone interested in an easy to use module from the picture can contact me at peter(a)modula.si
    There is also an open source(schematics, code, firmware free) flash programmer available for this chips at http://www.modula.si/cc_flasher/en
    or for version from Travis at http://goodfet.sourceforge.net/clients/goodfet.cc/

    Best regards,
    Peter Kuhar

  2. VR says:

    Cambria (Headings)

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